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Kartika Purnima is a HinduSikh and Jain cultural festival, celebrated on the Purnima full moon day or the fifteenth lunar day of Kartik November—December. It is also known as Tripuri Purnima and Tripurari Purnima. It is sometimes called Deva-Diwali or Deva-Deepawali – the festival of lights of the gods. Tripuri Purnima or Tripurari Purnima derives its name from Tripurari – the foe of the demon Tripurasura.
Tripurari is an epithet of god Shiva.
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Shiva in his form as Tripurantaka “Killer of Tripurasura” killed Tripurasura on this day. This day is also called “Dev-Diwali”—the Diwali of the gods.
Diwali is the Hindu festival of lights. Kartik Purnima is also the birthday of Matsyagod Vishnu ‘s fish-incarnation avatar. It is also the birthday of Vrinda, the personification of the Tulsi plant and of Kartikeyathe god of war and son of Shiva. This day also is considered kkatha for Radhathe lover of Krishna – Vishnu’s incarnation.
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It is believed that Krishna and Radha danced rasa and Krishna worshipped Radha on this katba. This day is also dedicated to the pitrsdead ancestors.
Underhill believes that the origins of this festival may lie in ancient times, when a sacrifice called Shakamedhah kxrtika performed to attain victory over enemies. The festival has even more significance when the day falls in the nakshatra lunar mansion Krittika and is then called Maha Kartik.
The nakshatra is Bharanithe results are stated to be special. If it is Rohini nakshatra, then the fruitful results are even much more. Any philanthropic act on this day is supposed to bring benefits and blessings equal to the performing of ten yajnas sacrifices. Kartik Purnima is closely associated with Prabodhini Ekadashi which marks the end of Chaturmasa four-month period when Vishnu is believed to sleep.
Prabodhini Ekadashi signifies the awakening of the god. Chaturmas penance ends on this day. Many fairs that begin on Prabodhini Ekadashi end on Kartik Purnima, Kartik Purnima usually being the most important day of the fair. Kartik Purnima is also the last day to perform Tulsi Vivah ceremony that can be performed from Prabodhini Ekadashi. Also, it is believed that Vishnu, on this day, returns to his abode after completing his stay in Bali.
Hence, the day is known as Deva-Diwali. This fair is held in honour of god Brahmawhose temple stands at Pushkar. A ritual bath on Kartik Purnima in the Pushkar Lake is considered to lead one to salvation. It is believed circling the three Pushkars on Kartik Purnima is highly meritorious.
Sadhus gather here and stay from ekadashi to full moon day in caves. Aboutpeople and 25, camels assemble in Pushkar for the fair. Pushkar fair is Asia’s largest camel fair. A ritual bath at a tirtha a sacred water body like a lake or river at a pilgrimage centre is prescribed on Kartik Purnima. This holy bath is known as “Kartik snana”. Kartik Purnima is the most popular day for bathing in the Ganges at Varanasi.
Annakutaan offering of food to the deities, is held in temples.
God Vishnu is also worshipped on this day. Any form of violence hinsa or kartima is prohibited on this day. This includes shaving, hair-cutting, cutting of trees, plucking of fruits and flowers, cutting of crops and even, sexual union. Tripuri Purnima is only next to Maha Shivaratriamongst festivals dedicated to Shiva worship.
Temple complexes in southern India are lit up kagha the night. Deepmalas or towers of lights are illuminated in temples. People place or wicks in temples, to secure escape reaching hell after death. The lamps are kept throughout the night kartija houses katua Shiva temples.
This day is also known as “Kartik Diparatna” – the jewel of lamps in Kartik. Lights are placed under Tulsi, Sacred fig and Amla trees. The lights in the water and under trees are believed to help fishes, insects and birds who saw the light to attain salvation.
Boita stands for boat or ship. The festival is a mass commemoration of the state’s glorious maritime history when it was known as Kalinga and tradesmen and mariners known as sadhabas traveled on boita s to trade with distant island nations that share borders with the Bay of Bengal like IndonesiaJavaSumatra and Bali.
People light rows of lamps on their balconys. In Tiruvannamalaia ten-day annual festival is held to celebrate Karthikai Deepam. In Kartik households of Andhra PradeshTelanganaKarthika maasalu month is considered very auspicious. The Kartika month starts on the day of Deepawali.
From that day till the end of the month, oil lamps are lit every day.
On Karthika Pournami full moon of Kartheeka month kargika lamp with wicks, prepared at home, are lit in Lord Shiva temples.
Apart from that, Kartika puranam is read and fasting is observed till sunset, every day for the whole month. Swaminarayan Sampraday also celebrates this day with faith and fervor.
Kartik Purnima is an important religious day for Jains who celebrate it by visiting Palitana a Jain pilgrimage centre. Considered to be a very auspicious day for Jains, the day also assumes more significance for the walk, as the hills, which are closed to the public during the four months of Chaturmas are thrown open for the devotees on Kartik Purnima.
The day of Kartikx Purnima is very significant in Jainism. As devotees are kept away from worshipping their lord for four months of the monsoon season, the first day attracts the maximum number of devotees. Jains believe that Adinaththe first tirthankarasanctified the hills by visiting it to katika his first sermon.
According to Jain textsmillions of sadhus and sadhvis have attained salvation on these hills. There are no auspicious days in Sikhism. Any month, day or moment a person remembers the Divine is considered auspicious. It happened to be a full-moon night.
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